The 1st Step – How to master your ‘Aiming Process’ and to make it automatic - Foresight Shooting

Hello friends,

In the last video, we discussed the three steps which you need to master in order to shoot a ten. And in that video, I had promised, that for all these three steps, I will be making separate videos dealing with each subject.

In this video, I will be discussing the first step, which is; what is the aiming process how do you master it? And how do you make it automatic?

The aiming process comprises three elements; first is sight alignment, second is your focus on the sights and the third is reducing the Arc of movement.

So, the aiming process is when your sights come into the aiming area; your sight should be aligned and steady, and your focus has to be sharp on the sights, till the time you achieve a correct follow-through.

And the third thing is your Arc of movement which should be reduced to the minimum, and all these three things must happen automatically. Now, when I had started shooting it was only after a year or so that my sights became steady, but you don't have to do that. Within three to six months, you can master the entire aiming process. You can have your aiming process exactly like the way it is shown in this video.

But to do that, you must train systematically and in three to six months you can master your aiming process. Now how do you master the aiming process? Go and find a good coach who will give you a training plan; systematic training of how you can have the three elements of the aiming process mastered perfectly.

Alternatively, you can come on my website, become a student and subscribe to module number two and three.

In module number three, there are training exercises that help you to master the entire aiming process. which is done through exercises one to eight. Which as I had mentioned is in Training Methodology Module number three. Now let me explain a little bit more;

I will explain to you what you are going to master and what you hope to get in training methodology.

See, there are exercises that help you to maintain a wrist lock. If your wrist is not locked, when you take the sights into the aiming area, your sights are going to move like this as shown in the video
The second thing is, you're maintaining a continuous grip pressure. So what is this grip pressure follow-through?

It means when your sights come into the aiming area. if your sights have to remain steady, then your grip has to be consistent, and the grip pressure has to be consistent before during, and after the shot is fired.

Now these two things; the grip pressure follow-through and the wrist lock follow-through; are exercises that are given in module number three. Which you can master and, in this way, your aiming process will be mastered.